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Sound therapy refers to a range of therapies in which sound is used to treat physical, emotional, or mental conditions.
In general, this therapy is based on the theory that all of life vibrates, including our bodies. If a person’s healthy resonant frequency is out of balance, physical, mental, and emotional health is affected.
Illness in the physical body can manifest when there is a change in the core vibrational frequency of the body at a cellular level.
It is believed that healthy balance in the body can be restored by utilizing beneficial frequencies on a regular basis.
Sound Therapy is known to be very effective in restoring the nervous and immune systems. Which are the building blocks to a healthy mind, body, and spirit!
“Modern science is finally recognizing that energy constitutes the blueprint of the physical body. Meanwhile, the energetic vibration of sound can be used to change that blueprint in ways that foster health and well-being.’ Eileen Day McKusick
Most Sound Therapy sessions are experienced one-on-one with a specially trained practitioner. The session may involve sitting or lying down while listening to sounds from instruments, or having vibrations applied using a unique tool, such as a tuning fork and singing bowl.
We are inherently electrical beings! Electricity is the key to our survival. The current that powers our brain and heart are produced by electric impulses. Anything electrical generates a magnetic field, which is measurable and has been studied in depth by the HeartMath Institute.
N.O.W. stands for New Origin Waveforms—unique, created in-the-moment sequences of peaceful tones based on the ancient Pythagorean tuning system used for sound healing. In just 3 minutes you’ll feel re-focused, re-energized, and ready to face the day’s challenges more calmly.
I highly recommend this remarkable device as a potent, transformational gift for people who can’t or won’t meditate, or don’t want to take the time; or for anyone who does meditate, but enjoys different ways to achieve calm, centered and focused awareness.
From a clinical standpoint, this is a treatment of choice for trauma survivors who are too easily triggered by a human voice guiding them in meditation or imagery.
N.O.W. speakers will help kids or adults with ADHD to sit still, focus, and settle down.
I also find it helps people with sleep insufficiency to access deep, restorative sleep.
I challenge anyone to try and resist the N.O.W. Tone Therapy System’s gentle superpowers – see if you can stay tense and cranky after 3 minutes of experiencing its magical pings.